Events and Conferences

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Take advantage of these opportunities to present your research to peers and mentors:

Undergraduate Research Exposition (EXPO)

  • showcase research you've designed as an undergraduate researcher
  • present theses, capstones, or projects for honors courses, independent studies, or other discipline-specific research
  • collaborative or individual presentations welcome

Go to EXPO

Conference of Texas Statisticians

The Conference of Texas Statisticians (COTS) was established at the annual American Statistical Association (ASA) meeting in Houston, Texas in 1980. Tom Bratcher, Bill Schucany, and Jim Davenport organized the first COTS meeting which was held in Waco, Texas in February, 1981. The conference has been held annually since then. After the successful 1985 meeting in Austin, the Texas Chapters of the ASA were invited to set up the Council of Texas Statisticians with representatives from each Texas Chapter. The COTS meetings afford Texas statisticians the opportunity for social and intellectual exchange on a yearly basis. Senior and junior statisticians as well as students present their research talks or posters at the COTS. These meetings also stimulate increased chapter membership as well as visibility of the statistical profession in the state of Texas. A highlight of each meeting is presentation of the annual Don Owen Award for excellence in research, statistical consultation, and service to the statistical community

The Conference of Texas Statisticians (COTS) 2019 will be held on April 5th to 6th at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.

Registraion Deadline: March, 29, 2019
Abstract Submission Deadline:March, 25,2019


Humanities, Arts, Social Behavioral Sciences, Education, Business (HASBSEB)

  • conference dedicated to promoting research in specific disciplines
  • a platform for researchers, academicians, and other professionals to present research in related fields


Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM)

  • integrative conference for STEM disciplines
  • committed to improving and showcasing STEM education and its global relevance

Go to STEM

New to Research?

If you are new to performing and writing research, we encourage you to attend these events to get a feel for what takes place. Then you can jump into your own research!